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Count Dooku

Count Dooku, played by the legendary Sir Christopher Lee, is a major antagonist in the Star Wars universe. He appears as the main antagonist in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones a minor antagonist in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and a recurring character in the animated Clone Wars series. Count Dooku used to be a Jedi Master, and was even trained by the great Yoda, however after the death of Dooku’s former Padawan, Qui-Gon Jinn, he turned to the Dark Side

Killmonger

In Black Panther, Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), full name Erik Stevens or N’Jadaka, is a special ops soldier trying to overthrow his cousin T’Challa, who is the Black Panther and king of Wakanda. Killmonger has very different views on how Wakanda should be ruled.

Fargoth

Fargoth from The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

“I have a feeling you and I are going to become very close…” Fargoth, among other things, is the first NPC you’ll encounter after leaving the Census and Excise building in Seyda Neen. Watch out for that annoying Hrisskar Flat-Foot who enjoys shaking you down, perhaps a little too much. You’ve only got 300 gold coins to your name and you’d better keep an eye on them. Maybe you’ll even get your Engraved Ring of Healing back one day. A good tailor will be able to hem the sleeves of that tunic so it matches nicely.

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Grand Admiral Thrawn

Mitth’raw’nuruodo, more commonly known as Thrawn, was a Chiss male who served as a member of the Chiss Ascendancy and Grand Admiral in the Galactic Empire in the Expanded Universe of Star Wars. He appears in numerous novels, comics, and even was introduced in the new Star Wars canon by being a major villain the show Star Wars Rebels, where he is voiced by Lars Mikkelsen. In his tactics Thrawn notably employed his philosophy based around understanding the philosophy and art of his enemies, making him one of the most terrifying and effective leaders in the Star Wars universe.

Venom

Venom

After investigative journalist Eddie Brock (Topher Grace / Tom Hardy) becomes the host of an alien symbiote, he develops superhuman strength and an ultra-violent alter ego, becoming Venom. Brock is the second human that the alien symbiote bonds with, Peter Parker being the first, and soon Venom becomes one of Spider-Man’s greatest arch-enemies.

Bombshell Catwoman

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this universe, Catwoman is still a jewel thief, but her style is inspired by the pinups of the 1940’s.

Bombshell Talia al Ghul

Talia al Ghul is the daughter of the supervillian, Ra’s al Ghul, who trained Batman. In DC Bombshells, Talia is depicted as a beautiful, but deadly, harem girl that was a popular pinup theme in the 1940’s. This look is enhanced by bellydance accessories, bright colors, and ornate jewelry.

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Darth Nihilus

Darth Nihilis, also known as the Lord of Hunger, is a Sith Lord from the Star Wars universe. He originates from the Obsidian game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II as one of the main antagonists. He is perhaps the most feared and evil Sith in Star Wars history, being able to consume the Force of anything around him, even planets. A being so evil he even defies the Sith Empire.

Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Girl (real name Doreen Green) is an unlikely superhero, who possesses the ability to communicate with squirrels. Surprisingly, she’s able to use this so-called superpower to defeat major supervillains. She sometimes works solo, but has also teamed up with the Avengers and the New Warriors.

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Giorno Giovanna

Giorno Giovanna is the fifth JoJo in the long-running anime/manga series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. He is the protagonist of the fifth story arc, Vento Aureo (Golden Wind) and is the son of Dio Brando. An Italian mobster, Giorno leads his gang of rebels against Passione using his Stand Gold Experience. As with other JoJo characters, color does not matter, but this guide will follow the color scheme of the 2018 anime adaptation. Stand Arrow optional.